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    Sarmatians, Serbs, Croats and I2a2

    I've expected something like that. Some political dirty games because there were not any White Croats in the region of southern Poland in the XIX century. Probably, they existed in the VII or VIII century but it was very suspicious for the beginning of 20th. I checked your Wiki link and when...
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    Who were and are the Serbs and their DNA

    When you want to discuss about something, you have to learn about that field much more. As I can see, you're talking about R1a1* DYS392=13. It is impossible to find samples of that haplogroup between Serbs in any public database. In the same time, you have that haplogrroup amoong other nations...
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    montenegro dna

    Western Montenegro is much more I2a. It is the region oftenly called "old Herzegovina" and beongs to Montenegro state from 1878. On the contrary, eastern parts are much more E1b1 It is also a difference in dialects in these two regoins
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    Searching for famous I2 carriers

    Yes it was an important historical personality #1 for sure. But, there's another one candidate for #1. It is one of the greatest scientists in human's history. Mr Nikola Tesla. Well they are enough popular to be on the Russian list ))) Yegor Titov was a popular footbal player and captain of...
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    Searching for famous I2 carriers

    Here it is.....
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    Searching for famous I2 carriers

    I've read somewhere a few years ago that this person was I2a1b http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikl%C3%B3s_Horthy
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    a few questions by novice

    Here it is:
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    Bosnians/ ethnic groups there

    I don't intend to protect Serbs or someone else but this is not true. A few years ago I have read about that things and many sources talks about Serbs in Bosnia. Even the earliest written documents talks about Serbs in today's Bosnia (Einhard, Porphyrogenite etc...). According to them , they...
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    How did I2a-Din get to the Balkans?

    Well.... I've found on a forum this map which shows migrations of Serbs from the central Europe to the south. If I understood it correctly, this movement is related with the I2a1 Dinaric South. Who can explain this a little bit more?
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